Buying an electric car can bring quite a few changes to the life of any household. Visits to filling stations are replaced by plugging in overnight at home and there are financial changes too. A bigger electricity bill, but no…
The new range-topping MY19 Nissan Leaf e+ sits at the top of the Leaf range, using advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology to deliver 214 bhp of performance and up to 239 miles of zero-emissions driving.
Nissan Sunderland Plant is celebrating another record breaking milestone as the ten millionth vehicle rolls of the production line. It has taken the plant 33 years to reach the ten million mark – making it the fastest car factory in the UK to the landmark figure. It also means that, on average, a new car has been built in Sunderland every two minutes since production started in 1986.
Nissan says that UK sales of its fully electric e-NV200 have increased by 200 per cent in 2019 as small business leaders look to increase fleet efficiency and reduce costs, amid changing emissions legislation and the introduction of London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone.
The Nissan Leaf has become the first electric car in history to surpass 400,000 sales. Nissan says that Leaf owners have driven their cars more than 10 billion kilometres (over six billion miles) in total. The number of Leaf vehicles sold since 2010 is enough to save an estimated 3.8 million barrels of oil a year
Why do some foreign manufacturers, like Nissan, Toyota, and Honda, still choose to build large numbers of their cars in Britain, for sale in both the UK market and for export, often to Europe? How does that fit in with…
Following its introduction on the new 1.3 DiG-T 158 bhp petrol engine, the Qashqai is also now available with a DCT transmission on 1.5 dCi 113 bhp versions. The additional powertrain creates more choice for Qashqai customers and provides an automatic option for those who need a diesel powertrain for fuel efficiency with high torque output
It might have been replaced, but owning a first-generation Leaf is still a good bet. That’s because there are now more charging points as the electric vehicle infrastructure slowly takes off.
Nissan has confirmed the evolution of the Leaf electric vehicle (EV) by launching two versions of the Leaf 3.ZERO. The company says this new offer will broaden the appeal of EVs to more customers, and both models are ready to order from January 9, 2019.